Category Archives: Graphics

Doodles, drawings, sketches, photo shopping, we love them all and these a some of our favourites.

Hoarding graphics – Gatwick Airport North Treminal

There are a lot of changes happening at Gatwick Airports North Terminal and whilst all of the work is going on its great to see them being a bit imaginative with the hoarding graphics.

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They are even building a gin distillery at the airport, i love the use of fonts on this hoarding.

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Canva – low cost easy graphic design app

Easily create beautiful designs + documents using Canva’s drag-and-drop feature and professional layouts to design consistently stunning graphics.

This design app is a must for any independent business wanting a low cost solution to create amazing graphics.

Source: About Canva

Trendy Cash Points

I love the graphics that have been used to make this cash point area stand out, its a bit of fun and brightens up the high street.

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If you want to see it in person head down to the end of Carnaby Street in London.

Design showcase: Instant Print in London – Retail Design World

Love the graphics used in this store

Click the link below to see the full story with interior photos

Source: Design showcase: Instant Print in London – Retail Design World

Leon Victoria station

After seeing Knight Frank using oversized letters last week I’m seeing them pop up everywhere, is this a trend emerging? Here Leon the fab fast food takeaway have used very effectively in their side window, it’s very striking and eye catching. 

  

Knight Frank scales up

I love it when companies dare to be different and this is a great example of how to stand out from the crowd. Estate agent  Knight Frank has used giant post code letters and numbers of their Portabello store to grab people’s attention.

 

Window Graphic

Love this window graphic i saw in a delicatessen in Barcelona

This style of graphic would also be great for a news agents or grocery store.

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Fashion retailer every.day.counts attract customers with a unique digital experience

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Engage, Inform and Capture

In the heart of Amsterdam, fashion store every.day.counts have already established themselves as innovators, bringing modern simplicity and quality to men’s and womenswear.

every.day.counts wanted to engage their customers in the store with an app allowing them to:

  • Shop an extended range not on the shelves
  • Be social and share the experience
  • Sign up for newsletters
  • Leave comments on a digital guestbook

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Click the link below thread the full article

Fashion retailer every.day.counts attract customers with a unique digital experience.

Type Mural + Video on Behance

The visual story of the creative process that goes into creating a mural. Made over two days, Ben Johnston designs a custom lettered design & painted mural for Project Owl, a co-working space in Toronto.
The mural embodies what start-up life is all about–some people just want to “drink coffee, create stuff & sleep”.
The video was

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To see the fully story and video click the link below

Type Mural + Video on Behance.

Directed by: PJ Lee
Shot by: Jason Rodricks, PJ Lee & Evan Bellam
Edited by: PJ Lee, Evan Bellam, & Dan Wallace
Companies: Asterisk Media & Pure Percent

Traditional signage – The Marylebone pub

Over the past few years so many of our pubs have been closing down and falling into disrepair, it’s always nice to see one reborne and loved.

The Marylebone on Marylebone High Street is one such pub, its been given a fresh lick of paint and traditional signage has been added to the building along with a few quirky bits such as the bicycles. This just goes to show traditional craftsmanship and modern creativity can sit side by side and compliment each other. IMG_0575 IMG_0549

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